Although the Malaysian Grand Prix represents the resumption of what is sure to be a fascinating 2014 Formula One season, the event also sees Sepang restart one of the most thrilling battles of recent times.
No: Sky versus the BBC.
2014 is the third season of both broadcasters' controversial shared F1 rights television deal and the Malaysian Grand Prix is the first time this season that Sky and the BBC broadcast live.
In true F1 2014-spec style, the BBC have undergone a few changes over the winter, while Sky have entered the new season with much of the same framework that ended the last campaign on top.
Here, we rank the line-ups of both broadcasters, judging each individual by their comfort on screen, their relationship with their colleagues, their contribution and their overall influence on their respective programmes.
Essentially, we're asking this: If F1 ceased to exist and all these people were to lose their jobs, who would we miss most?